11 January 2015



I started this blog to show you my nail designs, which are very easy to do since I'm an amateur. Later on, I started creating outfits and explaining them.

I can see that lately I have totally neglected my nails. I'm sorry about that. This doesn't mean I stopped doing them, I just haven't posted anything.

I was also really into fashion so I tried to present what kind of fashion looks I like. It took me really long time to make just one outfit since I combined PowerPoint (yes, really), Paint and a bit of PhotoScape. Once I found out about Polyvore, I discovered easier way to make outfits and I stopped doing that to. Here, at least. So, here is my Polyvore profil (which you can visit without any registration or agreements). I would be very grateful if you went on it, followed me, liked something or just went to see what I'm doing at the moment.

I know how this sounds now and let me just tell you that I'm NOT closing this blog. I will continue to do my nails and my fashion looks. I'll do a picture on Polyvore and than I'll post it and explain here. As for the nails, I'm taking a course in how to make professional nails. You know, gels and stuff... Anyhow, I will share my knowledge (for free, of course) here so maybe it will help you too. And for those who don't have the opportunity or the will to take a course, I will continue with the simple nail designs that can be done with just regular nail polishes.

So, thank you for understanding. I'll be with you soon.

02 January 2015

Removing nail polish

I've been asked a lot how do I remove my nail polish since I love to use dark colors and lots of glitter. The answer is pretty simple and I already told you that in a Fashion and beauty tips post but I'll provide some pictures for you to be sure.

I'll just quote myself: "When you're struggling with removing glitter nail polish, make 10 balls out of cotton, soak them with nail polish remover and put one on each finger. Hold that on for about a minute or two and remove. It should remove all of nail polish without any damage."

After that, you'll probably have to clean a bit around the edges. Those should be really small areas.

When removing nail polish I use this Rosal green remover (there are also pink and purple one). Choose which one suits you best.

(This is an old picture, that's why it has the old logo, but never mind that.)